Workers who switch shifts more likely to be injured than permanent night-shift workers
Ontario to pass liability rules on temp agencies
Two GardaWorld employees handcuffed in Montreal robbery
B.C. sawmill that exploded in 2012 requesting review
Dust collection led to explosion at Veolia Environmental Services plant: Ministry of Labour
Quebec farm worker bill violates charter: UFCW
Ontario’s new measures developed with guidance from oh&s specialists
Saskatchewan company pleaded guilty to oh&s charge
Electrical worker had been convicted of unsafe practices before
Mount Polley mine spill prompts calls for better health and safety oversight in British Columbia
Black mould and wood rot found at Main Arena
Directives follow roundtable on traumatic mental stress
Special Investigations Unit investigating death of 43-year-old staff sergeant
Safety education trailer visits construction and manufacturing worksites
(Canadian OH&S News) — The railway industry in Canada continues to tackle emergency response assistance plans (ERAPs) in the aftermath of the Lac-Mégantic train derailment last year in Quebec. Andy Ash, director of dangerous goods with the Ottawa-based Railway Association…
(Canadian OH&S News) — A bill proposing to amend Canada’s Criminal Code to take violence against bus drivers and taxi drivers into consideration has reached its third reading in the Senate, which officially reopened on Sept. 15. Introduced on May…
(Canadian OH&S News) — Safe T Punch (STP), a product designed to allow trapped workers to emerge from mobile equipment when the primary escape hatch is not usable or practical, has received approval for use in British Columbia.
(Canadian OH&S News) — The Occupational Health and Safety Tribunal Canada (OHSTC) has upheld a federal oh&s officer’s decision requiring rescue equipment and training for those who work in Bell Canada confined spaces.
(Canadian OH&S News) — The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has commended the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) for how its officers deal with people in crisis.
(Canadian OH&S News) — An absence of warning signs on a St. John’s highway caused a car to hit several road workers three years ago, killing one of them, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) has stated in court.